Working Safely in Your Biosafety Cabinet

From start up to shut down, learn how to work safely in your biosafety cabinet.

  • [Infographic] 10 Tips for Working Safely in the Pharmacy with Your Biosafety Cabinet

    [Infographic] 10 Tips for Working Safely in the Pharmacy with Your Biosafety Cabinet

    Ten tips to help you use the proper aseptic technique when working within a Class II Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) to minimize air turbulence and prevent the spread of aerosols.

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  • [Webinar] Biosafety Cabinet Introduction37:58

    [Webinar] Biosafety Cabinet Introduction

    Learn some of the basic about biosafety cabinets and how to go about selecting the right bsc for your application.

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  • [Infographic] Biosafety Cabinet Operating Label

    [Infographic] Biosafety Cabinet Operating Label

    Learn the proper use procedures from start up to shut down when using your Biosafety Cabinet.

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  • [Infographic] 5 Biosafety Cabinet Reminders

    [Infographic] 5 Biosafety Cabinet Reminders

    We asked NIH National Biosafety and Biocontainment Fellows what some of the most common mistakes made when working with a Biosafety Cabinet.

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  • [Infographic] 10 Tips for Working Safely in the laboratory with Your Biosafety Cabinet

    [Infographic] 10 Tips for Working Safely in the laboratory with Your Biosafety Cabinet

    Good technique when working within a Class II Biosafety Cabinet will minimize air turbulence and prevent splatter or unwanted spread of aerosols.

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  • [Video] Chapter 1: Introduction to Biosafety Cabinets1:37

    [Video] Chapter 1: Introduction to Biosafety Cabinets

    Learn the basics of how NuAire Biological Safety Cabinets are designed to offer optimal personnel, environmental and product protection.

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  • [Video] Chapter 2: Understanding the Biosafety Cabinet1:33

    [Video] Chapter 2: Understanding the Biosafety Cabinet

    Biosafety Cabinets (BSCs) a are designed to remove or minimize exposures to hazardous biological materials and particulates.

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  • [Video] Chapter 3: Proper Preparation - The 4 Steps to Take Before You Begin Work in Your Biosafety Cabinet4:41

    [Video] Chapter 3: Proper Preparation - The 4 Steps to Take Before You Begin Work in Your Biosafety Cabinet

    Learn steps to take before you begin work in your Biological Safety Cabinet. A proper biosafety or operations manuals will specify practices and procedures designed to minimize and eliminate risks.

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  • [Video] Chapter 4: Using Proper Procedures and Techniques with the Biosafety Cabinet3:47

    [Video] Chapter 4: Using Proper Procedures and Techniques with the Biosafety Cabinet

    The use of proper procedures in the Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) cannot be overemphasized in providing primary personnel and environmental protection.

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  • [Video] Chapter 5: Working in your Biosafety Cabinet4:41

    [Video] Chapter 5: Working in your Biosafety Cabinet

    Proper technique when working within the biological safety cabinet will minimize air turbulence and prevent splatter or unwanted spread of aerosols.

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  • [Video] Chapter 5a: Biosafety Cabinet Ergonomics2:08

    [Video] Chapter 5a: Biosafety Cabinet Ergonomics

    An important part of a safe work environment is making sure it is ergonomically designed to work with you, not against you.

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  • [Video] Chapter 6: When Work is Completed in the Biosafety Cabinet3:30

    [Video] Chapter 6: When Work is Completed in the Biosafety Cabinet

    After work has been completed proper protocols must be followed to decontaminate the biosafety cabinet to avoid potential contamination risks.

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  • [Video] Chapter 7: Maintenance & Certification of a Biosafety Cabinet5:14

    [Video] Chapter 7: Maintenance & Certification of a Biosafety Cabinet

    Proper preventative maintenance, yearly maintenance, and certification are needed to maximize your products life as well as keep up to date with industry standards to eliminate safety hazards.

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